"Inevitably there comes a crisis, sooner or later . . . in which we are brought to the appalling sense of our own . . . weakness. That is a great hour." -- G. Campbell Morgan
G. Campbell Morgan's life was one of passion and devotion to teaching God's Word. He had a vital ministry that touched both sides of the Atlantic, and his meditations on Scripture were both well known and sought after.
In the Shadow of Grace brings together some of G. Campbell Morgan's unpublished writings on dealing with confrontation in life with real events in his own life. Covering subjects from shattered dreams to the deaths of friends and family, rejection to facing the end of life, this tender and hopeful book will encourage you in your own difficulties and strengthen you to face trials with courage and fortitude.
Endorsements & Reviews-
"I always considered G. Campbell Morgan one of the greatest Bible expositors of his generation. I shall never forget standing in his pulpit at Westminster not too long after he had been called to heaven. I felt as though I was standing on holy ground!" -- Billy Graham, evangelist and chairman of the board, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
"This is a fascinating book about one of the most important preachers of the last century. G. Campbell Morgan had an amazing life and a very effective ministry. In the Shadow of Grace will inform, inspire, and powerfully encourage those who stand in the pulpits of the land on Sunday morning." -- John M. Buchanan, editor, Christian Century; senior minister, Forth Presbyterian Church, Chicago, Illinois
"G. Campbell Morgan was the greatest Bible teacher of his day. His crisis of choice before accepting the call to Westminster Chapel in 1904 has been an inspiration to me--as were the other crises he faced during his long life." --Philip Evans, former archivist at Westminster Chapel, London
Richard L. Morgan Howard C. Morgan John C. Morgan
Richard Morgan is an ordained Presbyterian minister and a national leader in spiritual autobiography and issues of aging. A graduate of Davidson College, he earned the Master of Divinity and Doctor of Philosophy at Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, Va. He also earned a Masters of Counseling degree at Wake Forest University. He is author of several books in the field of spirituality and aging. Among the books he has written are: best sellers No Wrinkles on the Soul, Remembering Your Story, and No Act of Love is Ever Wasted. His books are listed at his web site: http://richardmorganauthor.com
Howard Morgan was formerly chairman of Chicago Theological Seminary, and currently serves as a director of the Interfaith Youth Core. A graduate of Lafayette College, he holds the LLD degree from Chicago Theological Seminary, he served as senior vice president of Citibank for 41 years and as director of the American Bible Society and St. Ignatius College Preparatory School. He is also a life director of Lincoln Park Zoo and Executive Service Corps.
John Morgan teaches philosophy and ethics at an inner city community college. He also writes a regular column and blog in the Reading, Pa. newspaper. He has an undergraduate degree in sociology from Albright College, a masters of divinity at Andover Newton Theological School, and a doctorate in ministry from the Lutheran Seminary of Philadelphia. His most recent books include Daybreak and Eventide: A Little Book of Prayer and Worship for Small Groups, Awakening the Soul, and Thin Places, a book of his poems.
The works of G. Campbell Morgan housed in the archives of Chicago Theological Seminary are on line at the following web site: http://ctslibrary.org/collections/Campbell Morgan/